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How do I go about adding SSLeay support into Apache 1.2.4?  Theres plenty of combinations of 1.2b10 & SSLeay or 1.1.1 and SSL but nothing for 1.2.4 & the latest SSLeay?
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Go to the following and this will give you detailed info:

http://www.cs.tamu.edu/helpdocs/ssl/installation.shtml

I know this works because I tried it myself on the same vers of Apache...

Let me know how you go....

Regards,

Jason
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Or go to this site for 1.2.4 patches and ssl1.9 :
ftp://ftp.ox.ac.uk/pub/crypto/SSL

regards,

Jason
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